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What would be the theoretical limit to cartridge length for a semi auto magazine fed pistol ((wherein the magazine is inserted into the grip)) with being to big for for proper control with a single hand? Also i know caliber affects capacity, but would it affect length as well?
i guess this is more in depth than i thought. i'm gonna run with it.
I want to know pretty much the limits in pistol/pistol ammo design. length and capacity limit of a .50 cartridge.
i heard the FN 5.7 had 28mm long cartridges, so i'm thinking the theoretical limit without having a ridiculous extended mag or un grip-able handle would be a 12.7x40mm ((total size)) double stack at 10 rounds per mag. would this be use-able or impossible? ((not talking about bullet weight or powder type/amount, or FPS. just wondering if something that size would fit in a pistol [if it existed] and be grip-able with one hand)) if it CAN be possible and feasable to use, it would make the ultimate auto pistol :25:, and an SMG too :machinegun: